Mehta's message to Jets defense: Don't stop talking. Why it's more complicated than it seems

“This happens to me: I know if something changes in the offensive formation, I know my job might change and I’ll keep it to myself,” said defensive lineman Henry Anderson, who had four pressures across 24 pass-rushing snaps, according to Pro Football Focus. “Just because I’m so in the zone of what I’m supposed to do that I forget to communicate with the rest of the defense. Sometimes it’s not knowing what to do and you’re hesitant because you don’t want to say the wrong thing and screw everybody else up. Sometimes you know what to do, but you don’t spit it out.”

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